1. In what ONE area am I a technical expert? (Be as specific as possible. For example, "Business" is too broad, while "Accounting" is more specific.)
Real Estate Specialist
2. How has work and/or school been of value to me in becoming an occupational expert?
Certainly becoming an occupational expert as a real estate specialist is like understanding the value of focusing on how to be confident in this area. Many people might believe that I am not qualified as technical expert regarding my limited experience in teaching. However, we tend to agree that expertise can be done in my field through years of real-world, on-the-job experience. In addition, it is obvious that many years of education I am currently receiving in real estate classes is a big contributor in becoming such an occupational expert. By that, my workplace and school background has been of value in leading me prove my expertise.
Because deep smarts are mostly in experts' heads--and sometimes people don't even recognize that they possess them--they aren't all that easy to pass on Leonard, D., Barton, G., & Barton, M. (2013). That being said, I might comprehend how work and school have been played a major role shaping me in becoming an occupational expert in real estate. I do believe that additionally to knowledge, an expert needs to have significant experience working with knowledge. I kept valuing my communication ability as well as curiosity and my connectedness. To some extent, I truly understand that I might be recognized as an occupational expert by focusing on building strong connections or promoting myself to those who need my skills.
3. How do/will I maintain technical expertise as a teacher?
We tend to believe that there is no "quick and easy" path to expertise. However, we need to be aware of limitations of our current level of knowledge. We also need to keep our commitment high in order to build a solid confidence in that field being expert. In workplace as well as in classroom, people will approach us with sureness because of this built authenticity. A lack of openness might hurt gravely the best to maintain technical expertise as a teacher. People might move to the next expert if we fail to explain everything clearly.
Knowing that we can improve our willpower and become grittier in the face of obstacles should make us more optimistic about what we are capable of (Bond, M. 2014). This encourages us to maintain the technical expertise in being open-minded and clear to create great beliefs. Accordingly, open-mindedness wants us as expert to always look for new approach to the problems we are good at solving. Of these previous qualities needed to maintain the technical expertise as a teacher, clarity is very fundamental. Indeed, we need to be able to explain what we are doing to create assurance.
4. What "trials & tribulations" have you overcome to become a technical...